Everyone here was stunned to read the news a couple of days ago that Al Meyerhoff, a fighting lawyer who among other things exposed the Saipan scam (whereby American manufacturers have products made in sweatshops in the U.S. protectorate, then slap a “Made in USA” label on them–legally), has died at age 61. Al served for a few years on MoJo’s board; he was a memorable presence, expounding in his booming voice—and, later, via the emails that regularly showed up in our inboxes, and no doubt a few thousand others—on this or that corporate or political outrage. He once told a student magazine that he’d developed his “active dislike of the abuse of power” from having been bullied as a kid. Those bullies messed with the wrong guy. We’ll miss him a lot.